Britain's Amy Truesdale was among the winners in Amman ©GB Taekwondo

Iran were the big winners at the fifth edition of the Asian Para Open Taekwondo Championships in Amman as they won four gold medals in Jordan's capital.

Saied Sadeghianpour was among their winners at Prince Hamzah Hall, winning the men's K42 under-61 kilograms category.

He defeated Sanjarbek Muhtorov of Uzbekistan in the final with Pha Manyvong of Laos and Anton Lipoviy of Ukraine taking bronze.

Another Iranian success came in the K42 under-75kg class as Mohammadreza Shabani defeated Zhumagali Yerzhanov in a two-man competition.

In the K44 under-75kg Mahdi Pourrahnama was Iran's winner as he beat South Korea's Jeonghun Joo in the gold medal bout.

Bronzes went to Vladimir Feofanov of Russia and his team-mate Magomedzagir Isaldibirov.

Iran also won in the K44 over-75kg class thanks to Ashgar Aziziaghdam's gold medal win over Russia's Aliskhab Ramazanov.

The bronze medals were shared by Evan Medell of the United States and Russia's Bilal Iakhiaev.

Ukraine and Turkey also enjoyed a good day in Amman with two gold medals apiece, with the event open to non-Asian fighters.

Viktoriia Marchuk won the women's K43 under-49kg tournament for Ukraine by getting the better of Serbia's Violeta Todorov.

Serbia's Danijela Jovanovic and India's Aruna, fighting under the World Taekwondo Asia flag, won the bronze medals.

A second Ukrainian gold arrived in the women's K43 over-58kg as Yuliya Lypetska saw off Serbia's Bobana Kozic in a two person event.

Turkey topped the podium through Vasif Mehmet Yakut and Ali Can Ozcan who won the K43 men's over-75kg and K44 men's under-61kg events respectively.

Yakut defeated Iran's Mahdi Bahramiazar in the final as Serbia's Minja Jandric won the sole bronze medal.

Ozcan beat Italy's Antonino Bossolo to gold with Mongolia's Bolor-Erdene Ganbat and Turkey's Mahmut Bozteke clinching bronze.

Other medal winners at the one-day event included Britain's world champion Amy Truesdale who won the women's K44 over-58kg category.

She beat France's Laura Schiel to gold with Uzbekistan's Guljonoy Naimova and Russia's Mariyam Salimgereeva winning bronze.

Uzbekistan's Azizjon Marasulov was crowned champion in the men's K42 over-75kg by beating Iran's Ahmad Narimani in his final.

Kazakhstan's Malik Mukashev was the sole bronze medallist.

There was success for Canada as Anthony Cappello struck gold in the men's K43 under-61kg tournament.

He defeated Kazakh fighter Nyssanbek Aidarbekov in the final with bronzes going to Thailand's Thanwa Kaenkham and Mitsuya Tanaka of Japan.

Kazakhstan's Nurlan Dombayev topped the pile in the men's K43 under-75kg by proving too strong for Ukraine's Anton Shvets.

Afghanistan's Abdul Matin Hotak won bronze.

Yujie Li struck Chinese gold in the women's K44 under-58kg with a win in the final over Russia's Ayshat Tamazanova.

Turkey's Gamze Gurdal and Sal Ali Abd Al Moneem Hassan of Egypt both ended third on the podium.

In the women's K44 under-49kg Mongolia's Enkhtuya Khurelbaatar was the gold medallist after her win over Turkey's Meryem Betul Cavdar.

Bronze medals were won by Ziyodakhon Isakova of Uzbekistan and Russia's Anna Poddubskaia.

In the men's K41 under-61kg, South Korea's Hwangtae Kim was named as the winner as the only entrant.

The event was a key stop on the road to taekwondo's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020 next year.